The 2013 Exploring Space Lectures
||Extraordinary Voyages: 50 Years of Exploration
The 2013 season of the Exploring Space Lecture Series at the National Air and Space Museum will be devoted to "Extraordinary Voyages: 50 Years of Exploration." Fifty years ago, Mariner 2 flew by Venus and became the first successful mission to another planet. In the ensuing half-century, spacecraft have traveled to many strange and remarkable worlds throughout our solar system. Hear about recent innovative missions and take a look back at the 50-year journey with four distinguished lecturers on the forefront of planetary exploration.
The Exploring Space lectures are free, but tickets are required. Ticket reservations open January 7, 2013.
The Exploring Space Lectures Series is made possible by the generous support of NASA, with additional support provided by Aerojet.
Live Webcast!: The 2013 Exploring Space lectures are webcast live. If you cannot view the live webcast, you can watch the archived video
This year's Lectures:
Exploring Space Lectures Ticket Policy:
Lectures are free, but tickets are required. Seating may be limited. To request tickets via this web site,
use the online ticket request form. You may also
pick up tickets for the lectures above at our Imax Box Offices during regular museum hours. Questions please
call (202) 633-2398 or e-mail email@example.com.
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